Mzwandile Masina condemns 702land for criticising ANC

Mzwandile Masina, Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, says to go out and rubbish the African National Congress (ANC) which brought freedom to the people is an injustice on Talk Radio702’s part as a station.

Let’s advocate for the unity of the country. You as a station have to do an introspection.

Mzwandile Masina, Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry

Night Talk hosts Sizwe Dhlomo and Gugu Mhlungu had opened up the lines to engage 702land as usual.

Masina continued to say the ANC has done a lot for South Africa.

702 You are behaving like Ipsos who have been going around saying the ANC is going to lose, let’s be democratic enough to appreciate that they are new parties. We are not arrogant, we self-correct.

Mzwandile Masina, Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry.

Dhlomo then said listeners are encouraged to call in and express their views provided that it’s not hate speech or racism.


This article first appeared on 702 : Mzwandile Masina condemns 702land for criticising ANC


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